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Exhibitions & Artists

ARTS for ALL Wisconsin represents artists with disabilities at multiple venues and community events to showcase and sell their art. 70% of proceeds go directly to the artist. From our Gallery and Gift Shop at 1709 Aberg Avenue on Madison’s Northside, to the annual Art Fair on the Square, and Corporate and Community Exhibitions, ARTS for ALL Wisconsin facilitates exhibition and sales opportunities of exemplary, original artworks by artists with disabilities.

Exhibitions and sales events provide emerging artists with disabilities a boost to their self-esteem and self-worth, a means to grow towards independence and self-sufficiency, and to establish a larger sense of creative self that is distinct from their disability.

Exhibitions and sales events also provide the public with a strong and striking example of what people with disabilities can achieve in creating objects of beauty, imbued with meaning, and valued by others. From this standpoint, this art is an invaluable means of public education, disability awareness, and a bridge connecting the social divide between people of all abilities.


View our Exhibitions

Cattle Call (for Art)


The Art of Marleah Grinnell
Virtual Call for Art Exhibition
Teaching An Artist: 
Celebrating 35 Years of AFA Teaching Artists


A Posed Moment: The Art of Jerome Glenn


ARTS for ALL Wisconsin Gallery & Gift Shop
Location: ARTS for ALL Wisconsin Gallery, 1709 Aberg Avenue, Madison


See our Calendar for more event information.


Meet the Artists

(click on a name to see the Artist's profile)

Bill Beese

Pita Daniels

Jerome Glenn

Christy Grace

Marleah Grinnell

Caleb Griswold

Joyce Gust

Bob Hanneman

Scott Hansen

Nicole Pollex

Fred Seger

Dan Sullivan

Faye Willems

Jon Wos


a wood carving of a duck sits on a pedestal in front of a colorful fall landscape painting

A Dan Sullivan "Boonduck"

“The biggest compliment you can get is when someone likes your work, and then they want to own your work, and live with your work – you just become part of their life.”

- Fred Seger, AFA Artist


"It continues to amaze me how much my artwork has taken off since associating with ARTS for ALL Wisconsin. It is such a wonderful experience that is a result of becoming labeled as an artist through AFA. I am now defined more than ever by my ability rather than disability."

- Dan Sullivan, AFA Artist and wood scupltor

Coronavirus Health & Safety Alert

We want you all to stay healthy, and help us keep our AFA  families, friends, participants, caregivers, teachers, staff, and volunteers as healthy as possible as we face COVID-19 (also know as the Coronavirus). 

NOTE: All In-Person events ARE SUSPENDED until further notice as of Monday, March 16.

Support for Exhibitions & Sales Events come from National Guardian Insurance, Great Dane Brewery & Pub, Endres Manufacturing Foundation, Monroe Street Framing, and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts